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I 2 THE SAL1 AL1 LAKE HERALD SATURDAY SATURDAYMAY3 MAY 31 31r 1902 19O 4
JEALOUSYDRIVES JEALOUSY RIVES AMAN AMANTO AL ALTO AMANTo
TO A TERRIBLE CR CRIME
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t right angles pointing toward the cen center center center ¬
ter of the room Face downward but butstruggling butstruagJlng butT
T struggling unconsciously lit t the grip gripof gripof rtp rtpof
of death he uttered ut deep tlurllUJM tlurllUJMagonizing guttural gasp gaspagonizing gaapagonizing
agonizing in their intensity Inte 8lty Slightly Slightlyabove Bll Slightlyabovc < ht17 ht17I
I above hl right ear a similar deep deepblack deepI
i I black opening opt > nlng was horribly visible visiblefrom vlalblefrom visiblefrom
from which flowed a small stream of ofblood oCr otblood
r blood drenching the clothing of the thewoman theWoman theWOIfllLn
woman underneath underneathPhysicians underneathPh underneathPhylc1ans
Physicians Ph iclans were ere at once summoned summonedby
i by the officers and placing the man on ona onl ona
l a lounge everything within the power powerof POW powerJ a aof
J i of the surgeons was wa dcne to restore the theman theJ theman
J man The flow of blood was stopped stoppedand stoppedand topP4dand
and for a time it was thought that thatdeath thatdeath
4 death would be averted By the aid aidof aidof aMof
of the surgeons he lived l1 d until halfpast halfpastin
in the afternoon when be died arid aridin utclin a3dA
A in the same vehicle the remains of the themurderer themurderer thei
i murderer and andsuiclde suicide and his murdered murderedwife murderedwire murderedwife
wife were removed to the morgue of ofJoseph ofjj
1 J Joseph o William Taylor Before atf or e the re removal removal removal ¬
moval of f the bodies however aa In Inquest Inquest Inquest ¬
quest was held over the remains by byActing byActln byActing
Acting Actln < Coroner DanaT Smith SmithHow SB SmithHow th thRow
jj How Shooting Shooth Occurred OccurredGraves OccurrldGravell OccurredI
I Graves and his wife had been ii1n In the theream t1 thereom e eream
ream only a few minutes J uiinut before the thetragedy uiej
j tragedy was enacted They had re returned relunae4 returned ¬
4 turned from uptown shortly after noon noonand nOOI1n4were noonand
n4were and were ere apparently on th the best of ofterms ofterms
1 terms Ten minutes before 1 Sir SirGraves Mrs Mrsl MrsGrives
Graves went into the rooms occupied occupiedby
ti l by Mm Anderson who has charge C of ofthe oft
1 i the t e house forin for t U purpose ofc borrow borrowing boJrowin borrowlug ¬
lug < an iron with which to FM resw dress dressintended cJM8In dteeintended
intended In d to be worn torn to the lake in the theafternoon theaft thej
afternoon afternoonShe aft rnooni
i j She remained in the room only a few fewmiavtes fewJ
J I miavtes and nd returned to her husband husbandplariag hu husbandI bnd bndplM4wg
I plariag her bonnet net on her Mud and andgathering aDdthering andj
j gathering thering a bundle under her arm armwhich armwhich armI
I which she he intended to take on the trip tripThe tripj trtpI
I j The bundle contained a bathing bathl suit suitwhich aulthlch suitwhich
which hlch was still under her arm rm when whenshe wbenahe whenI
I she was found later A companion was wasto wa waI
I 1 to have escorted her to the lake but butnone butI
I none of her acquaintances could state statewhether
1 whether the trip was to hare Te been beenmade beenJ beenmade
J made in company with her husband or ora orfriend ori
i a friend friendHolding friendHoldin friendHolding
Holding Holdin < the bundle under her left leftarm leftarm lftarm
arm arm she apparently raised a pair of ofcurling ofJ ofcurling
J curling irons and was arranging her herhair herhair herhair
hair She was at the time talking to toher toher toher
her husband in a low and to the other otheroccupants otheroccpanta otherH
H occupants of the house inaudible tone toneof tonein tonei
in i of voice He responded re in brief curt curtsentences curtRDtence curti
i sentences at time making no response responsewhatever re responsewhatever ponae
j whatever to her remarks remarksEither remarkat remarksEither
Either frenzied by her proposed trip tripto tripto
t 1 to the lake or maddened by the indif indifference IOOIference indifference ¬
ference with which he was treated by bythe bytoman bythe
the toman roman Graves is believed to have havearisen haveart8en havearisen
arisen from his seat and approached approachedthe
1 the woman She continued contln ed to curl her herhair herhair herhair
hair and suddenly before she could couldeven couldi couldeven
i even attempt to flee from Impending Impendingdeath Impendingi
i I death the man placed the revolver revolveragainst revolveri
i 1 against Inllt her temple and fired the two twofatal twol twofatal
l fatal phots Her flesh was badly burned burnedby burnedby burnedby
by th powder from the revolver Death Deathwas Deathwas
5 was instantaneous The woman pitched pitchedheadlong pitchedj pitchedhdadlortg
j headlong h to the floor still UIl clutching the thecurling tbecurllnar thecurling
curling irons and the bundle under her herarm herl
l 1 arm
armTMk Tusk His Own Life LifeDirecting LifeDIrecUD igifT
T Directing the weapon from the wo woman YOman woman ¬
man Grave mint have placed it itagainst Itapbaat itagInit
against ate hi own head andfired inreii again againRe againHe n nHe
He too fell but retained the weapon weaponin
in hte IM grasp According to the physi phy i ¬
clans the man was w unconscious from fromthe fromthe
the time he received the bullet until untildeath untildeath
death ended the struggle Bte fell upon uponthe uponthe uponthe I
the dead woman ard was as found in inthat hithat Intba
that position by the offleer o who were wereNo weresttnnoited I InoftDofted
noftDofted sttnnoitedNo I INo
No one witnessed the deed and none noneheard noneheard noneheard
heard the words W rdll that thatwer were spoken be between between ¬ I Itween
tween the couple leading Ie to the dual dualtragedy dualtragedy I
tragedy Sophie Akin a Scandinavian Scandinavianchambermaid SsJWilnavianchambermaid Scandinavianchambermaid
chambermaid who was at wprk w rk in the thehall thehaH theball
hall was immediately IID 1 cUately otttSUe the door doorwhen doorwIlen doorwhen
when the three shots were fired Other Othermembers Othermembers Othermembers
members of the th house heard the shots shotsbut shotsbut shotsbut
but none imagined the horrible crime crimethat crimethat crimethat
that had been committed The Akin Akinwoman AkinWOmaD Akinwoman
woman went to the door to investi investigate inveadpte iuestIgate ¬
gate but but hearing heartn no sound and fear fearing fearift fearlag ¬
lag ift an accident rushed to a telephone telephoneand
and notified the police department At Atleast Atleaat Atleast
least half a dosen people were in the thehouse thehoule thehouse
house at the time but none investi investigated Inveetlgated Inveetigated ¬
gated the cause e of the shooting until untilthe untltthe untilthe
the arrival of the officers officersI
I was wa standing only a few feet from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their door when I heard heardtwoshotm itWo8bot two abet one oneright oneht oneright
right ht after the other and then one onesingle onelngle onesingle
single shot said kl the Akin > woman I Iwent rwent Iwent
went to the he door and started to go in inThedoor In1be inMIwdoor
Thedoor 1be door was not fastened fas ned although alt1 ugh it itwas 1twas Itwas
was closed I did not imagine that a aorime acItime aIthe
orime Ithe badbeen had 4 been bee committed but faring fdaringan t
an accid dent nt I notified the police policeJealousy polleeJealousy policeJealousy
Jealousy Is I Bumored BumoredWhen RumoredWhen BumoredWhen
When I heard of the tragedy I Icould Icould Icould
could hardly believe it It said Mrs 14 An Anderson Ander Anderson ¬
derson der n who sublet the house to the thetenants theteRIl thettsan
tenants teRIl I saw sa and az4tz1ked talked with Mrs MrsGraves IrsGraves MrsGraves
Graves not more more than tea minutes be before betore before ¬
fore she e sras a8 killed and she was yu then thenterms thenapparently thenapparently
apparently in pod spirits ahLon r good goodterma goodterms
terms with wi h her er husband husbandheard I hat never neverheard neverbeard
heard ofany differences between them themexcept themueept themsiccopt
except MS ts insane jealousy e1ou6y4te aSitfhe t dis discrepancies diacrepanclea discrepancles ¬
crepancies in their ages which blcnla Is said saidto aidto saidto
to have caused estrangement at times timesI I II
I dont know of course but believe that thatneither thatneltber thatneither
neither loved the other aa they should shouldIf houklIf
If she went with other men during hi hiabsence h h8b8ence his hisabsence
absence I was not aware of oft It I do doknow cloknOW doknow
know however that she was frequent frequently ¬
ly 7 in sore need of money and she has hastold haatold hastold
told me that her husband never sent senther senther senther
her any money to defray her ex expenses expenlle cxpenses ¬
penses pensesOther penlleOther pensesOther
Other women in the neighborhood neighborhoodassert neighborhoodu neighborhoodassert
assert u however that she had numerous numerouscallers numerouscallers numerouscallers
callers during the th absence of her hus husband husband hueband ¬
band and that she was at the Theatre Theatrewith Theatrewith
I
with a male companion comp nion last Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynlgbt Saturdaynight
night when her husband hu nd returned from fromLeadville fromLeadville frontLeadvilie
Leadville The women In the house de declare declare dedare ¬
clare that she was domestic dome Uc in I her hab habits habu habIts ¬
its u and that she was a woman of at attractive attractive attractive ¬
tractive personality The two were to toall toall toall
all appearances on friendly relations relationssince rel relationssince Uons Uonssince
since Graves Grav return Neither slept sleptWednesday sleptWedne sleptWednesday
Wednesday Wedne day night but spent the night nightin
in conversation which could be heard heardin heardIn heardIn
in part by other occupants of the thehouse t thehouse e ehOUH
house They were away from their theirrooms theirrooma theirrooms
rooms Thursday night and no one was wasable wuable wasable
able to state where they spent the thenight thenleht thenight
night nightGraves nlehtGraves nightGraves
Graves participated in the parade paradeyesterday paradeyesterday paradeyesterday
yesterday morning marching JRrc l with one oneof oneof oneof
of the Utah batteries of which he was wasa w wa
a member in the Philippines He drank drankfreely drankfreely drankfreely
freely it is said during the day and andthe andthe I Ithe
the physicians state that his breath breathwas breathw breathwag
was w heavy with the odor of liquor after afterhe afterhe I
he was shot According to their state statement statemente statement ¬
ment he was probably intoxicated at atthe atthe atthe
the time of the shooting but to what whatextent whatexten whatextent
extent t they were unable to state
1 LETTERS FOUND ON GRAVES BODY BQD IHALlW IHALlWMAY lHAJ lHAJMA TjI
I 1 MA MAY THROW SOME SOMEl1GHTONTHETRAGEoi LiGHT UHTONTHFAGiY ON THE TRAGEDY
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d i After the police arrived on the th scene sceneand JICeJIeaM sceneand
and made the horrifying discovery a asearch asearch
1 t search rch of the room was made Several Severalletters Severalt Severalletters
letters were found which w go to throw throwone tbrowf1
t
f1 one somelight light on the tragedy They were werewritten werewrttt werewritten
written wrttt n on different dates according accordingto ae
t 4 4 1 to the date line on each by the dead deadman deadmU1 deadman
man and a nd as each contained an intima intimation iRttmatioll Intimar ¬
r don of the tragedy t edy it is strongly ap apparont ap appalnt appsrnt
paront that Graves Grav bad contemplated contemplatedthe
the deed for at least three days before beforehe beforebe beforei
i be put it into execution The Anena Anenareferred ADenaftfforred Aneflarefrrred
referred to in some of the letters Jette hi hiJars 18Jin IiXrs
Jars Graves GravesFollowing Ora GravesFollowing vea vea1I01l0wlnl
Following is a note found in Graves Gravescoat Gravescoat Gravescoat
coat pocket by Sergeant T5urbidge It Itwas ItWa Itwa
was wa written in lead pencil and evident evidently evidently ¬
ly was written by a trembling hand handSalt handBait handSalt
Salt Lake May 29 29If 21If IL ILI
If I I do anything < very bad today I hope hopeX
w X Iill will not b be blamed too much I can canhardly canbard canhsxdy
hardly bard I b tMtUve lt ve my wife has been untrue untrueto
to me m but when I see ee anything I have haveto baeto havei
i to believe lleve it and Bowen > n Jenkins and the theLartlea theLI1Ies I IuuHe
Lartlea Tailor at 58 South Mata can see seewhit Heh1 seeWht
whit h1 t they have ha VI done and n4 all I hope IB IBthe 18r Isth
> the th curse of God the devil and everyone everyoneel
r el e1l wilt fall upon them th m N C O OOn OOn 0the
On the table in the room were two twoother twooUIfr twoothir
other notes written in the same hand handas bandthe
as the foregoing One was as follows followsMrs followsrs followsMrs
I Mrs rs T C Babbitt Eureka KurekaJ
J oar > Mother Mothl 1 dunt suppose I will see seeyou seeyou
you Jta a rahT nin n BO goodbye a 1 dont dntwaflt want to toseo toanybody toauybody
1 seo anybody since lIIee I have seen Ancna and andI
I KUPSS 1 never will wi 11 see 8e e h r after tonight tonightso
t so it ought to satisfy U you ou all allThi al1t allThi
t Thi Thhs note was a unsigned but was 11 evi eviarntly evilltntly cvidtiitly
arntly written by Graves to his moth motherinlaw motherInJaw motherInlaw ¬
erinlaw By its side was as the follow followK follow111J followIng
111J K written with a blue Indelible pen penTjfll peDiI penand
Tjfll and in what might have bee beetaken bees beeaj
j l taken ta k n for a different hand except that thatmany thatmany thatmany
many of the letters letl rs were the same samej as asto asp asta
to the other note DOtJ
J p j Salt Lake May MayMr MayL A Alira
L lira H Graves GravesDear GranslHar GravesDear
Dear Mother MotberI I am hear in Salt Lake Lakeand LakeatJd Laket
t and hope you will forgive l e me for not noteomemg Dotam1eIAC notCsmelI4
eomemg to see you but I have to go away aaytcnlghTand awaytonllht awaytonight
tcnlghTand tonight and andcanAot canAut possibly get out tlwre tlwreand tIirreand threand
and do not expect to see you again or orhear or1tlar orbear
hear from you so eondbye eondbyeMrs fondbyeE bye byeE
E C ORA GRAVES GRAVESMrs VBS VBSrs
Mrs rs H Graves is the mother of the theoad tbeal thedead
dead al man Besides Be ides these papers con contsining COnor contaming
or taming the clue to the awful tragedy tragedythere tra tragedythere ed7 ed7re
Graves to re report report report ¬
there re wa W a card asking
port for parade yesterday morning mombaa as asa ask
a volunteer of the Spanish war The Thedead The4ad Thedcad
k dead man was a member of the Utah UtahMght UtahUght Utahlight
light artillery artilleryThere arUlIerYThere artilleryThere
written by byMrs byIrs bymrs
There wa w also a letter
Mrs Graves to her husband on June JuneSO Juner Juneof
SO of hut year ear She addressed him hima himDear himas
r said In part Dick Dicktook Dicktook
a as Dear Nefl N and I
to the Salt Palace PalaceJust PalceIst
took I and DeI Maud I Ilust
Just night but he was sick We met metPat metat I
Pat at and Dicks widow Dick DIck4 a ad d the thewidow tileidow theidow
widow idow donot speak as they yaj p by byStill bytil1 bystill
Still til1 another letter of recent date was wasfound wasI
I U found but it had never nev been mailed mailedIt
It was as follows followsSalt foUoWsSalt followsSaLt
Salt Lake I ke City May MayPear 28 28Dear zsOar
Dear Carrie and an Phil PbUI I got here an anriKht anriht altright
right and have seen Anena and I can cannot can1I1t canflot ¬
not touch the furniture yet for Taylor TaylorW Taylorha1 Tayloria
W ia < a lean on it Everything 1 is lovely lovelyhere loyeJyhre lovelyhfrc
here and I hate to leave but will leave leavehere Iver leavehere
r here tomorrow or next day JX1 JX1The Will cl clN cloaSN
N c ORA GRAVES GRAVEST VES VESThe
T The ladles tailor referred to by byOraves byI1raVN byGraves
Graves in his note is supposed to be beDavid beDavid bec
c David Cbaitkln of the tailoring shop at atjs atI
js I s South Main street Mr Chaitkln Chaitklnhen ChalUdnhen ThaitkiflI
I when hen seen last night and shown the thenote thenotE thenote
note declared that there had never neverbeen DeftrI neverbeen
I been any relations between himself and andMrs andlr andMrs
Mrs lr Graves that could have ha given her herhusband herhu herhusband
husband hu band ground < to make the Implied Impliedaccusations Implie4accueaUODl ImpliedtussUons
accusations in the note Chaltkin said saidthat Nidthat Saidthat
that Mrs Graves had been employed employedin
in 2fl the tailoring shop up to a week ago agoSaturday agoturda7 agoSaturday
Saturday turda7 and on one O occasion he had hadTaken hadtaken hadaken
Taken her to the theatre He said saidhowever saidt1Owever saidhowever
however that she had asked him to totake totake totake
take her and he declared that he had hadi hadiiefl
i h iiefl > e Fn < n to her home only once and then thenonly thDonl thenI
I only onl to t see > if she were able to work workafter workafter workI
I after a sick I clt apeD wsjfch w wh h she had hadHe hadBe
4 He said he had never seen Graves Gravesand Gravesand Gravesi
and dldnt know anything about Bowen BowenJenkins BowenJenkins BowenT
T i Jenkins Chatlkin declared that Mrs Mrsnraves MTIIf1raes Mrsflravea
nraves had been bf > En keeping k pIng company comixanymith companyHh
4 wIth Hh several KVfraJmfn men whose name he did didnot didBot didnot
not know and had no hesitancy in
telling te1U about it to the employee ploy in the theshpp theaHt theahpp
shpp aHt ahppJenkins shppJenkins P PJen1dna
Jenkins could not be located and all allthat allth4Lt allthat
that the officers could learn about him himwas himwu himwas
was that he was a a teamster Where Wherebe Wherebe Pbenbe
be works or lives Uv has not been dis discovered discovered diecovered ¬
covered coveredGRAVES coveredGRAVES coveredGRAVES
GRAVES SAID TO BE BEJEALOUS BEJEAlOpS BEJEALqIpSo
JEALOUS JEALqIpSo OF HIS WIFE WIFEEdward WIFEBdward WIFEEdward
Edward C Ned Graves and his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife whose maiden name was Anena AnenaL
L Dajrts were ere married Feb Fe 12 1 ItW ItWfifteen 1tIItJttteeft 1NOMteen
fifteen months ago at Eureka They Theyhad Theyhad Theyhad
had been living Unn together tOSeth r only a short shortwhile shortwhUe shortwhile
while when they discovered that it had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been a mismatch Mrs Graves was wasof wuof wasof
of a very sociable nature nature and her herhuliI herhuliIband bus husband busband ¬
band was insanely jealous frequently frequentlyIt
It is I said without provocation She was wasdissatisfied waadiBsatlafted warndissaUsfied
dissatisfied and d at certain rta1n times de declared dec1red dedared ¬
dared that she could not live with him himGraves himGrave himGraves
Graves a few months m ntb1l ago left for forLeadville forLMdvUJe forLeadville
Leadville Cole leaving leavin his wife here herein hereIn hereIn
in the employ of Mrs M M Fox F X the themilliner themtlUner themilliner
milliner to whom she went ent as an ap apprentice appleRtJce apprentice ¬
prentice Last LB March Mrs Fox sold soldher 11011her soFiher
her business bu ineu to Carroll It Pratt and andMrs abdMrs hd hdMrs
Mrs Graves continued in the Arms firmsemploy Armsemploy Armsemploy
employ The estatapehinent nt1fJ tt 1 situated situatedat
at tU Z South Main 4aInJtTeel Street mentioned in inone inone inone
one of the thedet dead 1 mans i maIi missives mtsslveaas as the theplace lheplace theplace
place of the Ladies Tailor In the therear therNr therear
rear of the millinery store David DavidChaitkin Da DaldCbsitkin d dC1Iftkln
Chaitkin carries on the business of la ladies 11IdIM isdies ¬
dies tailoring tailoringGraves ttJorln ttJorlnGraves tailoringGraves <
Graves returned from Leadville last lastSaturday lutturda7 lastSaturday
Saturday turda7 sight Thursday Thu 87 afternoon afternoonthey attelJloontbey afterpoonthey
they were out calling caWD and one of Mrs MrsGraves MnGravH MrsGraves
Graves intimate acquaintances whom whomthey whomthey whomthey
they visited was a8 astonished to find findthem 111Mthem findthem
them on such frlendlfc tilend terms They Theylaughed TIeylaached Theylaughed
laughed and chatted freely at this tt ttand tS8M tS8Mand tteand
and lad had apparently smoothed over overtheir kll klltheir tfltheir
their differences differencesGRAVES dlUerenceGRAVES dIfferencesGRAVES
GRAVES FOUGHT IN INWAR INWAR INWAR
WAR IN PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESEdward
1 1gdwxd
Edward C Graves the murderer said saidsuicide anlavicide d dnlelde
suicide was born and raised In this thiscity tbbJclt7 thiscity
city and has seen always highly re respected reapeeted reepected ¬
spected by those e who knew him H Hwas Hwas Hwas
was a son 80Ii so of Hank Graves who was wasa
a well known kJ 8 bartender In the cityin cityinformer city 10 10formerlllln informer
former formerlllln years ars Young Graves worked workedfor worl ect ectfor ed edfor
for a number of Tsars yszS rs m the American J
A Mamtfactiurtng companys companysfactory eempIUITSflieto7 companysfctory
factory In this city cityi cltift cityA
i A few ft Team 7 y sre ago po agohe h 1Ie went ent to work la lathe littile Inthe
the Xereqr 3erc mines iIn and D4 was employed employedttere empIoJetttJIere employedthere
there wbthe bftt the 3p nffcaa itaf itafbroke fttbroJte at atbeoke
broke eMIt He e ollbtaa with battery batteryB
B and served in I the Philippine ea mak making 1IIIDe makIng ¬
ing a good record By those who knew knewhim knewhim knewhim
him he is spoken of in the highest highestterms hlrteetterms highestterms
terms and Vas vas thought by all his hispaWOD8 cam coinp53110123 i ipanlons
panlons in arms to he a staid and andsober lidber andsober
sober ber man His HI mother thee in this thiscity uuc1ty thiscity
city now nowWIFE JaG JaGWIFE nowWIFE
WIFE TELLS FRIENDS FRIENDSOF
OF GRAVES PISTOLS PISTOLSUntil
Until Thursday Mrs Graves had not notbeen DOtbeea notbeen
been at t her regular wapJorment em meat hi lathe latheCarroU the 4heCarroll theOarrofl
Carroll a a Pratt nilllttery store for fornearly torMarly fornearly
nearly two weeks TIle cause of her herabsence telabeence herabsence
absence is not explained hy those in inthe Inthe Inthe
the establishment ThwaAay she went wenthack wentback t tback
back to work and at ttt sic left with withthe wtththe withthe
the understanding that She was to re return return return ¬
turn next Monday Monda morning morningAt
At 820 two hours after the depar departure departure departure ¬
ture of his wife Graves appeared at atthe atth atthe
the th store and inquired for her Upon UponI Uponlcaring
I caring that she 5h had left he quit the theplace UteI theplaced
place apparently disappointed and andangered a andangered d dangered
angered angeredDuring angeredDuring angeredDuring
I
During the afternoon ternoon of Thursday Thursdaywhile Thursdaywhl1 Thursdaywhile
while whl1 in the tJt store tore O Mrs Graveswas Graveswasspeaking Graver 1f wa was wasI
I speaking of 0 nl the return of her husband husbandfrom hUlband hUlbandrom husbandfrom
from rom Leadville In a joking way she shec
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c c
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told some of the clerks that t he had haddone haddone 1
done a most unusual thing thingMy thingMy thIrgMy
My husband came home from Lead Leadville LeadvtlJetI LeadrUle
rUle vtlJetI she said id and brought two pie ptetols pI pItola pietots <
tots with him I Ive got one and hes hesgot DesIOt hesgot
got one Maybe hes angry I dont dontknow dontknow dontknow
know what he intends to do with it itand It Itand itand
and tb the sentence ended in I a laugh laughWell laughWen laughWell
Well you had better look out said saidone saidone saidone
one of the listeners lI teners Arent you youafraldr youafraid youafraid
afraid afraldrMe afraidMe r rHe
Me afraid of him Well hardly hardlydeclared
declared the wife Im not afraid of ofany atany o oany
any man ma that lives livesAccording lweAccording livesAccording
According to attaches attac of the millinery millinerystore mlUiHelTstore millinerystore
store Mrs Graves always conducted conductedherself conductedher conductedherself
herself her lt properly so far as their ob observation 01JservaUoH ohRervatlon ¬
servation went She was fond of talk talking talkIII talklag ¬
ing < however and said things occasion occasionally oecuIoItally occasionally ¬
ally which indicated that she was WUDOt WUDOtat not notat notat
at all times discreet dl creet She made no great greatsecret eattteeret greatsecret
secret of the differences that existed existedbetween exlated1tetween existedbetween
between herself and husband husbandTHEORY hu husbandtHEORY band bandTHEORY
THEORY OF OFFICER OFFICERREGARDING OFFICERREGARDING OFFICERREGARDING
REGARDING TRAGEDY TRAGEDYFew
Few ew theories have been b en advanced by bythe b bthe
the police officers as to the origin andcause and I Iu Icause
cause u e of the trouble between Graves Gravesand Gravesand Gravesand
and his wife yesterday which resulted resultedIn
In the death of both One however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that has been suggested was advanced advancedby
by Detective Chase who ho expressed the theOpinion theQplnion theQplnion
Qplnion that following fol1owin a quarrel which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had been begun the woman threatened threatenedto
to leave her husband and attempted attemptedto
to carry her threat into execution when wheninterrupted whenInterrupted whenInterrupted
interrupted by Graves who refused to topermit toermtt topermit
permit her to leave the room She Shestarted Shestarted SheStarted
started for the door in spite of his pro protests protests protests ¬
tests and he becoming enraged 8ftra fired firedUie firedtHe firedthe
tHe two shots which caused e her instant instantdeath Instantdeath instantdeath
death deathIt
deathIt
It Is not likely that the exact origin originof
of the quarrel will ever be known knownsaid knownKid knownsaid
said the detective last night J ht but it itlooks itlooks itlookz
looks to me as If the woman was U at attempting attempUng attempting ¬
tempting to leave her husband when he hekilled hekilled hekilled
killed her She had few articles In the theroom theroomand theroom
room roomand and while they quarreled packed packedup
up her belongings s and told him she was wasgQing wasgCln3 warngoing
going to leave They were in the back backroom baekroom backiow
room then J believe bell n and an lifting her herbundle herbundl herbundle
bundle under her arm and taking a few fewarticles fewarticles fewarticles
articles of toilet In her other hand she shestarted shetarted shestarted
started > for the door doorGraves doorGl8 doorGraves
Graves Gl8 exasperated by her herde deser desertion desertion er ertlon ¬
tion and other causes seized the theweapon theweapon theweapon
weapon and with a few strides stridesreached atrkIesreached stridesreached
reached her before sh s sl > arrived at the theouter theouter theouter
outer doer d r He placed the weapon di directly directly dlrectly ¬
rectly against her head and fired I Icannot Icannot Icannot
cannot think of any reason why the thedeed thedeed thedeed
deed should have been done at the time timein timeIn timein
in preference to any other time It he hehad hehad hehad
had prearranged the affair unless the theman theman theman
man was partially drunk A whisky whiskyflask whiskyttask whiskyflask
flask was found in the room and may maypartly maypartly maypartly
partly explain the double tragedy tragedyALL tragedyALL tragedyALL
ALL BULLETS FIRED FIREDWERE FIREDWERE FIREDWERE
WERE FATAL ONES ONESOur ONESOur ONESOur
Our efforts were futile said Dr DrBenedict DrBenedict DrBenedict
Benedict who was as summoned as soon soonas oonas soonas
as the discovery of the crime was wasmade was wasmade wasmade
made for the reason that the woman womanwas womanas womanwas
was as dead d and the man was beyond beyondall
all hope of recovery The woman w man un undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly died dted1nstantly Instantly for no Onecould one onecould onecould
could survive even for a few fe moments momentsafter momeptsafter momOitsafter
after having two bullets driven into intohis intohhi intohis
his brain bralhe brats1ie fc fcThe
The he first ball which eItex Bte atenWl the thewomans thewolr thewornaiIts
womans Jts headfstruck hetlc struck about ab ut one in 1n inh inhabove h habove ha
above a her right iMgler ear The The oth other r entered enteredalso en enfrdalso f r d da1o
also above the right ear eir but b t Slightly Slightlybehind sUgh ellghttybehind y ybehind
behind the first Both Bot balls Jotiged ged in inthe Inthe inthe
the womans head fracturing t t rlngfer her skull skullIn skullin skullin
In several places placesOnly pl8cesOlly placesOflly
Only one ball was fired Into the theman theman theman
man for the reason evidently that he hewas hewas hewas
was unable to use u e the weapon again againHe a againHe in inHe
He seemed determined to finish the job jobcompletely jobcomntefely jobcompletely
completely but one bullet ended his hislife hisliCe hislife
life He evidently placed the weapon weaponagainst wc weaponagainst pon ponag
against ag Jnst his bead and pulled the trigger triggerThe triggerThe triggerThe
The bailentered bail enterooone entered one inchabove the theright theright theright
right oar Qai and pfsslag PS544 stIlK through the themans themans themans
mans head emerged four inches above abovehis aboehlsleltear abovehisleftear
his hlsleltear left ear and fell to the floor It was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found lying on the t floor by the of officers Cfft oflicers ¬
ficers ft rs
The weapon used was s > of ofa ofa
a cheap eh arp and unknown make ina e It had a abarrel abArrel abarrel
barrel about six lx inches incb Jasieagtti Jasieagttit hlJl1m hlJl1mThe
The woman was u standing 1J neiLr ier r the thewall thewall thewal
wall when she was shot for splotches splotchesof splotchesoCbIood
of oCbIood blood were sent along longtbeWRl1 thewall The Theweapon Theweapon Theweapon
weapon and other articles Including Includingthe tcl dlng dlngthe
the private prh te letters of the ttj fi and andwoman andwoman andwoman
woman were taken in charge J the theofficers thedfflgers
officers who ho will keep them t1 eJn at itorf t tb sta statlon eta etaUon etalion
lion until called for by e elthes es o Mth Mthrs soth soth4r3 th thrs
4r3 rs rs having llavln t the e proper authority authorityTRAGEDY athorityTRAGEDY tbotity tbotityTRAGEDY
TRAGEDY CAUSESMUCH CAUSESMUCHREGRET CAUSES CAUSESMUCHSpecial UC UCREGRET
REGRET AT EUREKA EUREKASpecial EYREKASpedal
Special to The Herald HeraldEureka HeraJdEureka HeraidEureka
Eureka May 38 3eThe The news of the theGraves theGraves theGraves
Graves tragedy created much surprle surprieand surprleand surprLeand
and regret here where here both were well wellknown wenknown wellknown
known Mrs Graves was the daughter daughterof dau hter hterot
of Mrs l T C Babbitt and Mr Graves Gravesfather ravesfather Gravesfather
father Henry Graves Gray S hi Is employed as asnight asBIgt1t asnsgitI
night watchman at the Centennial CentennialEureka CentennlalEureka CentennialEureka
Eureka mine Both of them were wereprostrated wereproBtntecf wereproetrte
prostrated with grief when the news newswas newswas newswarn
was announced to them They will willleave wUlleave I IJeave
leave inthe in the teorjilns mor norng klf for SaltLake SaltLakewhere Salt Lake Lakewhere Lakewhere
where the bodies of th the victims will be beburied beburied
buried buriedMrs burledMrs buriedMrs
Mrs Babbitt stated to The Herald Heraldcorrespondent Heraklcorre Heraldcorrepondent
corre correspondent pooc1ent that her daughter d ughter and andMr antiIr andMr
Mr Ir Graves were married two years ago agolast ago188t agolast
last February and had btltToaWe trouble almost almostfrom almostfTom almostfrom
from the start because becau e of Graves In Insane Insane Insane ¬
sane jealousy ietlknlByThe The breach widened un until unIII until ¬
til January last when a separation oc occurred o ocurred cccurred ¬
curred Graves Grav going < oing to Leadville LeadvilleColo LeadviUeColo LeadvilleCob
Colo Cob to live From there he wrote fre frequently frequently Irequently ¬
quently to Mrs rs Babbitt and in one oneof oneof oneof
of his letters said he had heard that thatMrs thatMrs thatMis
Mrs Graves was w wa entertaining other othermen othernlen othermen
men and If it were true some one onewould onewould onewould
would have to pay for it It adding ddl You Youknow Youknop Youknow
know me well enough to know that I Imean Imean Imean
mean what I say sayI sayIn sayIn
I In his last letter he said he expected expectedto
to leave Leadville about the 2tth th and andthat andthat andthat
that he would then have a surprise for fori forher 1o 1oher
i her by which wpich Mrs Babbitt believes he hemeant hemeant hemeant
meant his int4nded visit ilt to Salt Lake LakeGraves LakeGraves LakeGraves
Graves enlisted In battery B here and andwas andwas andwas
was sent sent to the Philippines His popu popularity popularity popularity ¬
larity was w attested by the presentation presentationto
to him of a handsome band lOD1e gold watch h by byHis byhis
His 1 fellow employes at the Centennial CentennialEureka centenplalEur CentennialEureka
Eureka Eur lta mines Mrs Graves Gra va was wyea wasyears 2 2yean
yean yea old She has a sister Mrs C CChristensen M MChristensen IChri8teneen
Christensen living lIvtn In Park City CityMURDERERS CityMURDERERS CityMURDERERS
MURDERERS RELATIVES
ARE GRIEFSTRICKEN AREGRIEFSTRICKENThe GRIEFSTRICKENThe
The mother and sisters of the dead deadman deadman deadman
man who live at 974 South Second SecondWest SeeondNt SecondWest
West Nt were distracted d distrac ted tedw when hen the news newsof newsof neWsof
of the tragedy reached reachedtnem them late yes yesterday y yesterda3 s sterday ¬
terday afternoon Stricken with grief griefthat griefthat t tthat
that was pitiful his sisters refused ed to tobelieve tobelieve tobelieve
believe the story of the crime and in insisted lAallIted inslated ¬
slated that their brother was still tU alive aliveand Ielid aliveand
and was incapable h of such a deed deedThe deedrhe deedThe
The place pIa e was filled with Itk neighbors neighborswho neighborswho s swho
who by their presence pr senee and sympathy sympathytried sympathytrld J Jt
tried t to soothe the inconsolable IncouolabJeof grief griefof rle rleof
of the unhappy family With unre unrestrained 1 Irestra1ae unreabahied ¬
strained and heartrending expressions expressionsof
of grief the two sisters ran frantically franticallythrough frantfellythrouP franticallythrough
through the house and yard refuels refuelsthe re rethe refuathe
the consottkion of their friends Bfrthwere Bfrth BKJtwere Bt Btwere
were prosteated pro by the news of Ute Utedeath U1etit thedeath
death tit of their brother and sister sisteraa and andmodtail antiassistance
modtail assistance aa may 7 probably be bensoeooagy beDfCU benoesoary
DfCU nsoeooagy WIry to sustain them in their theirtrouble theirtro theirtrotible
trouble tro bk
bkWhy
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When om dose of Shermans Headache HeadacheCure HeadachECure HeadacheCure
Cure will rid you of It rIMy are In Instantaneous In1Itneous IntaptaneoUs ¬
stantaneous 1Itneous in their effeat and per perioctly periGctlr pertoctl3
ioctly harmless harml Keep a box In the thenous thE11ou8 ththouse
nous house for emergitacU They cure non nearxlgia DeU DeUra1gt nonraigla
rxlgia 2Sc and lOc a box For sale bj bji b bGodbePitts bGodhePitte
i GodbePitts Drag Dta company companyBaseball companyB8 companyBaseball
Baseball B8 eball today toda Salt Lake vs La Lagoon Lat ¬
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GUy PENNOYER PENNOYERDIES PENN PENNOYERDIES OYER OYERD1ES
DIES SUDDENLY SUDDENLYA V VF
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Figured F gured Prominently in Both City Cityandlstate Citya
V andlstate a and State Politics PoliticsTHRICE Politicst PoliticsTHRICE
k t V
THRICE GOVERNOR OF OFOREGON OREGON OREGONTOLD
TOLD OLD PRESIDENT CLEVELAND TO TOMIND TOMIND TOMIND
MIND HIS OWN BUSINESS BUSINESSORTLAN1 BUSINBSSThRTLA
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ThRTLA p ORTLAN1 9RTLAN ORE DBET May May30 MayL 3fi SylT SylTrter lYM
L rter ter Pannoyer P nno7ert governor of Oregon Oregonfrom OregoitIrQm SO SOtroUI
from 1S86 1 to 194 1 4dltd died suddenly suddenlythis suddenlythis
this after afternboh o at fi Ifls homfe hom In this city cityfrom
from heart trouble troul He had c been in inpoor inpoor
poor health for the j JSt st year though thoughhe
he was able to be on the street and andspent andsp andspent
spent sp nt a great part p of his time on his hislarm hlafarm hisfarm
farm a few fe miles from this city About AboutIi
5 oclock this afternoon Mrs Pennoyer Pennoycrwho Pennoyerwho Pennoyerw1i
who w1i had been downtown returned returnedhome returnedhome returnedhome
home and going ohag to the library saw sawthe sawthe sawthe
the ex exgovernor governor lying Iytn on the floor with witha
a pillow under his head She asked askedhim askedhim askedhim
him if he wanted his evening paper paperand paperand paperand
and receiving no reply took hold of his hiehand hishand hisitand
hand She tried to arouse him but In Inaa Inaa Inan
aa Instant 1 tant she discovered that the ex exgovernor exgovernor exgovernor
governor was dead deadGovernor deadO deadV
V Governor O < wernor Pennoyer was w born b rn In InTompkins inTompkins InTompkins
Tompkins county New York July 6 6im iipi
im and was therefore in his seven seventyfirst seveutyfirst seventyfirst ¬
tyfirst year He graduated gr duated from Har Harvard Harvard Haryard ¬
vard university in 184 and the next nextyear nextyear nextyear
year came to Oregon by way of the theIsthmus theI1thmus theIsthmus
Isthmus of Panama He taught school schoolfor schooltor schoolZor
for some time nd and about th the year 1S 1S6 1S6be 1SC 1SCbe 2 2he
be engaged In the lumber business in inwhich inwhlch Inwhich
which he continued continuedunt until his death deathWhile deathVhUe deathWhile
While he was 3emewhat s m what prominent in inthe hithe inthe
the state tateu as a political po tjcal writer he never neverfigured neverAturlMl neverIlgured
figured In politics prominently until his hisnomination hisnomination hisnomination
nomination for forgovern governor r in 1886 by the theDemocrats theDemocrats theDemocrats
Democrats His H nomination was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought about chiefly by his bold stand standagainst standagainst standagainst
against Chinese Immigration He was waselected waselected as aslected
elected by 4000 majority although the theremaimfer theremat theremaln1er
remaimfer remat er of the Republican ticket re received rec received ¬
ceived c lved nearly JOooo 10OQO majority m jorlty He was wasreelected wureelectedlll warnreelected
reelected reelectedlll in j ISWby 1 1t by an increased ma majority majrlty majrlty ¬
jrlty jorityIn
In 1806 he was was elected mayor of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city He HewS was brought prominently be before betore betore ¬
tore the country in 1881 lS91on on account of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his refusal to meet President Harrison Harrisonat n nt
at t the state line when the latter was wason Wa6on warnon
on a visit to the Pacific coast He was wasagain wasagain wasagain
again much talked about in 18SS when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he told President t Cleveland to attend attendto
to his own business The telegraphic telegraphiccorrespondence telegraphiccorrespondencabetween telegraphiccorrespondenca
correspondence correspondencabetween between Secretary of ofState QCState f fState
State Walter Q QGresham Gresham and the gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor which brought forth the latters latterscurt latterscurt latterscurt
curt reply is as follows followsWashington fqliowsTaBhington q1lowsVashlngton
Washington D C May 3 188S 188SGovernor I
Governor Sylvester Pennoyer Salem SalemOre SalemOre I IOre
Ore Apparently reliable reports indi indicate ind1cate Iridicate ¬
cate danger of violence to Chinese Chinesewhen Chinesewhen Chinesewhen
when the exclusion 1 act takes effect effectand effectand effectand
and the th president prestdtmteAir11 earnestly U hopes you youwill youwlU youwill
will employ all aIr lawful means JD s for ortheir ortheirprotection their theirprotection theirprotection
protection in Oregon OregonSigned OregonSigned regon regonSigned
Signed W Q GRESHAM GRESHAMThe r rThe
The goverhrjf gov go m r rtfreply reply wa wu as follows followsSalem followsSalem followsSalemt
Salem QreJw Or Qrc May 8 18MTo W Q QTJreshamCWasnihgton QGresham QGresham
Gresham TJreshamCWasnihgton tWulllhl WaMtIhgton gton J D > C Iwill Iwillattend 1 c will wt1JttendtQofmrb willattendto
attend attendto ttendtQofmrb ntp tmybusiness s1nes let the th > presi president Ie Ieftfnt NesiAent ¬
dent attendtxrlils attendtxrlilsSigned attend 1hr 1hrSlgned V VS1gned
Signed t rV > vr vrSYLVESTER r r rSYL
V SYLVESTER SYL VESTER PENNOYER PENNOYERGovernor PENNOYERGovernor PBNNOTBRV
V V Governor GovernorJAPAN GovernorII GovernorJApN
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AMERICAN AM AMEThCANNAVYYARDS AMEThCANNAVYYARDSCaIe l AN NAVY YARDS YARDSCoag8 YARDSOb
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Coag8 CaIe o SH WIt StSDf Dr S Kimura of ofTokio ofTokio ofToklo
Tokio sflrgeoir slrge ergeon t inspector Insp ctor of the im imperial Imperlal haportal ¬
portal Japanese Japan e navyv naT is in Chicago to today today today ¬
day bn his way wa to Washington where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he will be the official offi Ia1 representative of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Japanese army arm and navy at the theAmerican theAmerict theAmerican
American tn national congress of surgeons surgeonsnext surgeonsnext surgeonsnext
next week V
Dr Kimura has been ordered by the thehead 1h 1hhead thehead
head of the tb Japanese e savjs JJa asy to make ex extensive exteIl cxtenive ¬
tensive teIl ive investigation Investiption of 0 f the United UnitedStates Unitedtates Unitedtates
States tates nary ri niv v yards rds at Brooklyn and andKorfelk andorroUc andHorrollc
Korfelk orroUc He wlll spend p nd altogether altogetherbout altogetherbout altogetherbout
bout bout three jnbntha 1 mh TthI oIn in this country countryTHREE countrl countr countrV countrtHREE
V e eTHREE V
THREE DEATHS RESUlf RESUlfFROM RESULfFROM RESULT RESULTV RESULTFROM
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FROM TEXAS TORNADO TORNADOGollad
Gollad Go 11 ad Tex TexMay May 30 JOThree Three addi additional addU additjonal ¬
tional U nat deaths have occurred occurr as the theButt De Desuit sesuIt
suit of last weeks tornado They are areR areR areit
R W Newcomb aged ged 46 4 Beatrice Ma Mathis YaQ11s Mathis
this Q11s 8j and Boerne von Dosten 4 An Another Another Another >
other victim H Maddox a leading leadingmerchant 1eadln 1eadlnmerchant loadingmerchant
merchant is isd3t1ng isd3t1ngDYING dying dyingDYING dyingDYING
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DYING MAN MANVINDICATESHIS M MANVINDICATES N NVINDICATES
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VINDICATESHIS VINDICATES HIS WIFE WIFEChicago 11FEChicago WIFEChicago
Chicago May MayILDaniI 30 3ODonhIHilI Daniel Hill the thewealthy thewe1thy theweklthy
wealthy board of trade man who was washot warnahct as
not hot a week ago t3o was today allowed to totalk totalk totalk I
talk by his physicians physiciansI
I was shot by burglars said he heAnd hend heAnd
And nd I want to say that I have a lot lotmore Jotmore lotmore
more respect for these e burglars bur larli than thanfor thanfor thanfor
for the people who have haebeen been insinuat insinuating lnalnuattng insinuatIng ¬
ing that Mrs i Hill had some connec connection connection connection ¬
tion with Ith the shooting shootingLOW shootinglOW shootingLOW
LOW COLONIST RATE RATEWill RATEWill RAT RATwill
Will be Established BstbUshed by the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernV
V Pacific PacificSan PacificSan PacificSan
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San Francisco May aePss Passenger PassengerTraffic PaengerTralfic enger engerTramc
Traffic Manager E O McCormick and andFreight andFreight andFreight
Freight Traffic Manager William WilliamSproule WilliamSproule WilliamSproule
Sproule of the Southern Pacific are on ontheir ontbeir ontheir
their way to Chicago McCormick goes goeseast goeseast goeseast
east to attend a meeting of the Trans Transcontinental Transcontinental Transcontinental ¬
continental paasenger association ss at atwhich atwb1d1 atwhich
colonist colonistrates colonistrate colonistrates
which among amo ther things
rates win be considered Befort leav leaving IvIn IsavIng ¬
ing In here Mr McCormick ilcC rmlck said that it ite itIs itIs
Is e the policy o ot the company to renew renewth renewthe renewthe
th the low oneway rates to California Californianext Ca1ttorntaaert Californiaert
next ert spring springTraffic prlnSTraJIc springTraflic
Traffic Manager Sproule went east to toattend toUe toattend
attend Ue a conference C wence of freight rrei ht officiate officiatela omclbtbe
la btbe t be held at Chicago next week eek when whena wheftmmtber
a jwwnber of questions or divisions of ofMites orJates oftes
Mites tes will be considered consideredASCEBIGANS consideredAMERICANS consideredAMERI
AMERICANS AMERI ANS IN PAEIS
Memorial Day DayOJserVed Observed by Sojourn Sojourners I Iers
ers in French Capital CapitalParis OapitalParis CapitalParis
Paris May MayaA 46 A number num er of Ameri en en1s I
0 QImS 1s s made a eth theusual usual annual pilgrimage pilgrimagefi p1J pftgrhnagePlcpus I e eb
fi Picjms cemetery this afternoon sad ajidplaced uc1wreaU sadplaced
placed wreaths wreaU on the tomb of Lafay Lafayette Lafqette LIkScUe
ette Wreaths were also placed on the theStatues tlaet88 theStatues
Statues t88 of Washington W lngton and Lafayete LafayeteHABBIMA2T IAfqeteIe LafvteBARBIMAN
Ie IeHA1UtI
HABBIMA2T HA1UtI ARRIVES HOME HOMERailroad HOJlERailroad 110MBRailroad
Railroad Magnate Magnate 3tagnateBefuSeS Refuses to Divulge DivulgeResults DI DivulgeResults e eResults
Results of His is Trip TripNew TripNew TripNew
New York York lay tay 30 3OE E H Harriman Harrimanpresident Hurl Hurlpreelclent Harrimanpresident
president of o the ti Southern Pacific Rall Rallrosj Rallcom Raiload
rosj company com a1 and nd chairman of C the theJUnteH tbeu the2Jjiioit
JUnteH u Pacific P Pol dfI c cV V Unes nes who has h5 been on onla 8fttZCUOD enI
la ImpsctlOu I CtSdn trip of several months monthss months4mt1e4
tZCUOD 4mt1e4 s < tlMl thwnigh h the west and south southAM southw1M uth uth1aM
w1M 1aM AM fWtwrned to New York Otk He Henot Henot Hegid
gid not a co COIQ Into the city but battIlt t the thespecial theSpecial thespecial
special ttutn at t Arden Ani his country countryplace eoantryplaee Countrypisce
place here > he refusal to be inter interviewad InterYlewfld interYiswsdas
viewad Yiswsdas ae to tJctthe the result of Me k tour tourA tOurII V VV
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A Cup of Lanes Tea T a at If Night Nightloves Nightfoves ight ightMoves
Moves the thelofels boels n next < xt t day and its itsonthmeduse itsontlawed itsontiniied
onthmeduse ontlawed use will cure habitual b ltl con conUpatlnn co cot1paUnn cop coptIpatinn
Upatlnn sick headache and Indigos tndIpIfon Indigostion indigestion ¬
tion It will do you more good and andost andt andoat
oat t you lees 1es money than any other othernediain etherUedIaInPV thernedlcabip
nediain an earth Your druggist t will wfltefUtfi wmefWfiyou willeftnf
efWfiyou efUtfi eftnf you the purchase price if you youire youUe youwe
ire not notE8t satisfied fied Price 25c ie and SOc a apackage aQckage aackage
package For sale ny GodbePitts GodbePittsDrug GodbePtttsDru GOdbCPitt3Drug
Drug Dru company companyt
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FRENCH SOLDIERS TO TOLEAVE TOl TOLEAVE
V LEAVE l AV MARTINIQUE MARTINIQUENew
New Ne Orleans La May 10 OThe OTheDrench Theench The TheBlench
Blench ench steamship Paraguay after dis discharging ilsehar Is Isebarging ¬
ehar charging ng her cargo will sail for Mar MarUnique Yarthdque MarUnique
Unique having been chartered by the theFrench tiNtlIrench theFrench
French government to carry 1SOO 1SOOdters sol soldiers soltHere ¬
tHere from Martinique to France FranceSOCIALISTS FranceSOCIALISTS FranceV FranceSOCIALISTS
V
SOCIALISTS ADOPT ADOPTPLATFORM ADapTPlATr ADOPTPLATFORM
PLATFORM PlATr RM OF 1900 1900Columbus 1900C8lumbus 1900Columbus
Columbus 0 < X May 8s The state stateconvention statecollyent1on stateV stateconvention V
convention of the socialist party today todaynominated todlynominated todtynominated
nominated a ticket headed by Max MaxHayes KatBaYM MaxHayes
Hayes ef Cleveland for secretary of ofstate otstate Ofstat
state The nlatform is a ratification ratificationof
of the declaration of the national con convention convenUen conventlen ¬
vention at Indianapolis in 1110 litINSANE 1110INSANE 1110INSANE
INSANE WOMANS V VV VV VAWFUL V V
AWFUL DEED DEEDNew DEEDNew DEEDV
V New York May 80 IOMrs Mrs Rose Flogs Fiesenow F Flogsnow e enew
now wife of a newsdealer killed her I Iyearold 1yerold 0yearold
yearold daughter today by b gas as asphyxiation uphJroxlatlon asphyxiation ¬
phyxiation and then committed sui suicide suIcide nutdde ¬
cide by taking carbolic acid The Thewoman TheWoman TheWoman
woman had been a sufferer from a ner nervous nervous ncrvous ¬
vous disease dl e e and probably was tem temporarily temporarily ternporarily ¬
porarily Insane InsaneATTORNEYS InsaneATTORNEYS InsaneATTORNEYS
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ATTORNEYS REINSTATED REINSTATEDIdaho
Idaho Supreme Court Nullifies Order Orderof Orderof Orderof
of District Judge SteeleI Steele SteeleSpecial SteeleSpecial
I Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoi Hera1dBoise
Boise Boi Ida May 30 HThe The supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court today nullified the order of Judge JudgsSteele JudaaSteele JudgeSteele
Steele of the Second district in perma permanently permanently permaneatly ¬
nently disbarring Attorney George GeorpGoode W WGoode WGoode
Goode of Grangevllle and in suspend suspending sUlpendIng suspending ¬
ing Attorney Clay MeNamee of the thesame thesame thesame
same place for one year Fremont FremontWood FremontWood FremontW0d
Wood appeared for the attorneys and andfiled andfiled andfiled
filed a petition which set up that no nonotice
notice had been given the accused at attorneys ¬
torneys and they had had no oppr opprtunity opprtunity opprtunity
tunity to appear appe appearbefore r V before Judge Steele Steeleand Steeleand Steeleand
and defend themselves the ves W E Borah Borahwho Borabwho b bWOO
who represented repre ented Judge Steele admitted admittedthe admittedthe admittedthe
the material allegation of the petition petitionand petltlimand petitionand
and consented to the issuance of an anorder anorder anorder
order setting the district judges action actionaside actionaside actionaside
aside asidePOTASH asidePOTASH V V
4 4POTASH
POTASH SYNDICATE FORMED FORMEDGerman FORMEDGerman FORMEDGerman
German and American Companies CompaniesBeach CompaniesReach CompaniesBeach
Beach a Community of InterestBerlin Interest InterestJJBerlin InterestBerlin
Berlin May HThe The VirginiaCaro VirginiaCarolina ¬
lina Chemical company and the Ger German German German ¬
man Potash syndicate have reached a acommunity 8community aS
S community of interest agreement a rcement ac according according according ¬
cording to which there is to be no com competition competition cornpetition ¬
petition between them and in the fu future future future ¬
ture potash will be sold to the Vir VirginiaCarolina VlrglnlaCarollna VirginiaCarolina ¬
giniaCarolina company on favorable favorableterms favorableterms favorableterms
terms All the properties acquired in inGermany inGermany inGermany
Germany by the VirginiaCarolina VirginiaCarolinacompapy VirginiaCarolinacO11papy VirginiaCarolinaconpapy
compapy are to join the syndicate here hereThese hereThese hereThese
These properties are valued at 5000
000 000S
S T Morgan president of the Vir VirginiaCarolina VIrginiaCarolina VirginiaCarolint ¬
giniaCarolina company said today to toa toa
a representative V VO of O the Associated AssociatedPress As ociatedPress AseociatedPress
Press PressWe We Ve have concluded to work together togetherand togetherand togetherand
and not to pull each other down In InGermany InGermany InGermany
Germany the prices of potash will not notbe notbe notbe
be changed changedMOB changede changedMOB changedV changedMOB V
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MOB SEARCHING FOR NEGRO NEGROLynching NEGROLync NEGROLynching
Lynching Lync g Bee WillProbably Be Held Heldia Heidin XeldV
V ia Kansas KansasOsawatomie KansasOsawatomie KaflSSV
V Osawatomie Kan May 30 30Mrs Mrs J JT JT JHammond
T Hammond wife of a wealthy farmer farmerliving farmerliving farmerliving
living near here was assaulted a latethis late ltethis latethis
this afternoon by a negro A large mob mobof mobot mobof
of farmers is searching sellrchln for the negro negroand negroand negroand
and if he is iecaught caught he will probably be belynched belynched belynched
lynched lynchedThe lynchedThe V V
The negro approached the house housewhite 00 00while housewhile
while Hammond was away and before beforeassaulting beCoreaseaulUng beforeassaulting
assaulting Mrs trs Hammond first firstknocked ftrstknocked firstknocked
knocked her sister down with a re revolver revolver revolver ¬
volver seriously Injuring her herSWEPT herSWEPT herSWEPT
SWEPT FROM FROMIJNDER UNDER HIM
Drowned While Watching Arkansas ArkansasBiver ArkaIUiasc ArkansasIiver
c River Rise KiseLakin RiseLakin RiseLakin
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Lakin Kan May 30 3tThomas Thomas Hiss Kinsley Hinfiley Hissley ¬
ley a weilrtodo wen todo citizen of this county countywas ocUnt7as countywas
was as drowned in the Arkansas S river riverthis riverthis riverthis
this morning rnlng He was wa on on a bridge bridgewatching bridgewatching bridgewatching
watching the rising flood ood when thebridge the thebridge thebridge
bridge was caught by the high water waterin waterIn waterin
in the river and was swept away a be before before before ¬
fore he V could escape escapeThe e capeThe escapeThe
The immense rains of the past three threedays threes threedss
days s in this county have caused the theriver therler theriver
river to rise to such proportions as to toruin toruin toruin
ruin three of the largest bridges bridgesBOXERS bridgesBOXERS
0 0BOXERS
BOXERS AGAIN ACTIVE ACTIVEMiirder ACTIVEMUrder ACTIVElttiirder
MUrder Foreigners and Destroy DestroyChurch DestroyChurch DestroyChurch
Church Property as Before BeforeLondon BeforeLondon BeforeLondon
London May 31 SlTbe The Shanghai cor correspondent corre correspondent ¬
respondent re of the Daily Mail cables cablesthat cablesthat cablesthat
that the Boxers are active in the prov province provInce provlace ¬
ince of Saechwan They have warned warnedthe warnedthe
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the officials of Yanghsien of their in intention Intentl Intenti ¬
tention tentl n to exterminate the foreigners foreignersand foreign
and they have destroyed the Catholic Catholicand CthoUcaRd Catholicand
and Protestant churches killed and androbbed androbbed I
robbed people and are enrolling mem members members mciiihers ¬
bers In every village villageTroops villageTroops mageTroops
Troops have been n dispatched to suppreu suppress sup suppress ¬
press the rebellion rebellionSEATTLEVISITED rebe11ionSEATTLE rebellionV rebellionSEATTLEVISITED V
SEATTLEVISITED SEATTLE VISITED BY FIRE FIRENew FIRENew FIRENew
New Pour Story Building in Ruins RuinsLoss RuinsLoss BumsLoss
Loss 45000 45OO0Seattle 45000Seattle 5OOOSeattle
Seattle Wash May 30Fire Fire this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon gutted the th L L C Smith build building buildlug ¬
ing at the corner 9f First avenue and andJackson andJackson andJackson
Jackson street streetto to the extent of 45000 45000The 45000The 45000The
The building was a new fourstory fourstorybrick tourstoryblick fourstorybrick
brick It was s occupied br several severalmanufacturing severalmanutacturIn everaimanufacturing
manufacturing concerns Their stock stocksuffered stockBUttered stocksuffered
suffered heavily heavilyWILL heavilyWILL
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WILL NOT ENTER POOL POOLGrand POOLGrand POOLGrand
Grand Rapids Furniture Men Oppose OpposeFormation OpposeFormation OpposeFormation
Formation of Combine CombineGrand CombineGran4 CombineGrand
Grand Rapids Mich May 30 3OAt At a ameeting ameeting a ameeting
meeting of the Grand Rapids Furni Furniture Furniture Furnitare ¬
ture Manufacturers association just justheld justheJQ justheld
held here her it was practically decided decidednot decidednot decidednot
not to enter the proposed furniture furniturepooL furniturepooL furniturepool
pooL This ThtsJaction action it j is believed will willprevent willprevent willprevent
prevent the formation of a pool poolSpring pcote pcotSpring poolSpring
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Spring Ailments AilmentsThere AilmentsTHre AilmentaThere
There is 1 an aching Cbl and tired feeling feelingthe feellDethe feelingthe
the liver bowels and kidneys become becomelug becometdugglsh becomesluggish
sluggish lug ish and Inactive the digestion digestionimpaired dtpaUonimpaired esUon esUonImpaired
impaired with little or no appetite no noambition noambition noambition
ambition for anything iDg and a feeling feelingthat feelingtbat feIngthat
that the whole body and mind needs needstoning neeiItofttng neetistoning
toning up The trouble is that t during duringwinter duringwinter duringwinter
winter there has been an accumulation accumulationor accumolatlonwaste
or 0 waste matter in the system Her HerMne HerDiRe Herbins
DiRe will remove it It secure to the se secretions Beeretlolls xceretions ¬
cretions a right exit and By Its tonic toniceffect tonicetr toniceUict
effect fully restore the wasted tissues tissuesand t1 auesaD4 tissuesand
and give strength instead of weakness weaknessSMC
SMC uc at Z Z C 2 M L drug department departmentWashington cMpattmeatXI departmentMIiS
XI ALlOH HAY HURT HtJRTWulalacton HURTWashington
Washington May I0tii MJes Alice AliceHay AliceHay jiceHay
Hay daughter u hter of Secretary Hay was wasthrown wastbroW1a warntbrowfl
thrown from her carriage today daring ow owing owtug ¬
ing tothe totheborMS horses being frightened frighteneda by bya
a passing PIII8I car and suffered Injuries Injuriesthat Inj1lriesthat injuriesthat
that were painful H but not at all seri serious nenlone ¬
one 006A e i iA V >
A Dark ann Muddy Complexion ComplexionDoes
Does net t become a neat woman n Lanes LanesTea Lane LaneTea LanesTea
Tea will cure constipation onstipaUca clear up upthe upUle upthe
the skin sharpen the appetite and andmake andmake andmake
make you look and feel like a new newperson newpeISORIt newperson
person peISORIt It acts act gently upon the atom Stom4ach atomaeb stomach ¬
ach liver ad bowels For sale by byGodbePitts byGodbePitts byGodbePltts
GodbePitts Drug fftmn fftmnII eomany eomanyItasebali < nrm any anyttaeb3l
II IIHa
ttaeb3l Ha fball today tOOa Salt Lake vs s La Lagoon Lagoon Lagooti ¬
goon Walkers Valk > rs Fiel <
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ELEVATED ELEVATEDTRAIN TRAIN BURNS BUIftSW WHILE RILE VI IN MOTION MOTIONPANIC MOTl MOTIONFVANIC N NIANIC
PANIC AMONG THE PASSENGERS
Chicago May 3 30Nestly Nearly 19 jss jssBenger assengera s ssengers
Benger on a Northwester Northw Elevated Elevatedtrain ElevatedtrJn V Vtrain
train were thrown into a panic last lastnight Jutnltht lastnight
night when defective electric wiring wiringset wirtDr8et wiringnet
set fire to the amoIt1Dccar smoking car at Franklin Franklinand lrankJlnaDd Franklinand
and Superior streets streetsEverybody streetsEverybody V VEverybody
Everybody in the train was thrown thrownfrom thrownfrom thrownfrom
from his seat and the occupants of the thesmoker Utesmoker tesmoker
smoker rushed for the rear door It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was with the greatest difficulty that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some were restrained re tratned from leaping < from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the structure to the theThat ground groundThat groundThat
That no one was as seriously injured is
OKLAHOMA TOWN UNDER WATER WATERFLOODS WATERFlOOD WATERV
V FLOODS REACH SERIOUS PROPORTIONS
Wichita Kan May M aA A message messagefrom messagefrom acerom
from Lawton O T to the t e Eagle Ie says saysthat aarsthat YI YIthat
that there is four feet of water in the thetownsite thetowuUe thetownMt
townsite of Walters and udthat that the
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INDIANS IN MEXICO ON WAR PATH PATHRANCH PATHRANCHOWNER PATHV PATHRANCH
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RANCH RANCHOWNER OWNER AND SERVANT KILLED
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Tucson Ariz Ai1 May Bl Correo de deSonora deSonora deSonora
Sonora of f May 38 says the Yaqui In Indians Indlana InVd1 ¬
Vd1 dians are e again on the warpath On OnTuesday OftTue OnTuesday
Tuesday Tue clay a band of Yaquis visited La LaCarmen LaCarmen LaCarmen
Carmen a a hacienda near DM1 Hermostlto Hermostltoand Hermo Hermoslioand lUo lUoand
and killed the governor of the ranch ranchand ranchand ranchand
and a servant besides carrying c off the theprovisions t tprovl theprovisions
provisions lon and taking awe awej away the j best beststock besta1eck t tatook
stock on the theplace place placeSPREADING V
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SPREADING S READLNGRAllS READLNGRAllSCAUSE RAILS RAILSCAUSE RAILSCAUSE
CAUSE TRAIN WRECK WRECKTrinidad WRECKTrinlclaAl WRECKTrinidad
Trinidad Colo Cob May 30The The Texas Texasexpress Texasexpress
express 6 < press southbound on the Colorado ColoradoSouthern ColoradoSoutherp ColoradoSoutherp
Southerp r ilroad was wrecked two twomiles twomUes twomiles
miles south of this city by the spread spreading spreadl spreadIng ¬
ing l of the rails The baggage ba gage car ex express expre cxpress ¬
press s car smoker and chair car all allturned aUturned allturned
turned over The passengers paSen ers were bad badly badly badIy ¬
ly shaken up but none was killed or orseriously orseriously orseriously
seriously injured injuredTO InjuredTO InjuredeV
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TO INSTRUCT CUBAN ARMY ARMYPresident ARMYPresident ARMYPresident
President Palma PalmaSelllCts Selects American to toDrill toDrill toDrill
Drill Soldiers of few Republic RepublicWashington RepublicWashington RepublicWashington
Washington May 30 3OThe The last of official ofAclal ofliciat ¬
ficial order issued iu by the United UnitedStates UatsttStates d dStates
States military authorities in Cuba hasjuat has hasjust hasjust
just reached Washington Regular let letters letters 1ttern ¬
ters numbers 19 and 20 detach d tach Captain CaptainD
D E Aultman from duty with the thecoast thecoa thecoast
coast coa t artillery especially commending commendinghim
him for his hi services in organizing and andraising andraising andraising
raising it to such a high standard of ofefficiency ofefilelency ofefficiency
efficiency The same officer is then by byrequest byrequest bYrequest
request of President Pre ident Palms detailed detailedon
on special duty as instructor with ith the theCueroo theCueroo theCueroo
Cueroo de Artilleria or newly organ organised organized organmed ¬
med Cuban army trmycorps trmycorpsDEATH corps corpsDEATH corpsIIIIIt V V
IIIIIt IIIIItDEATH
DEATH LIST INCREASED INCREASEDChief I IChief
Chief of ofInjuries ofInjuries I IInjuries
Chief Engineer of Burlington Dies
I ILacros
Injuries Sustained S tained in Wreck WreckLacrosse WrackLacrosse
Lacrosse e Wis May ae 30Chief Chlef Chief En Engineer Enllneer ¬ I
gineer Purdy who was injured ia the theAlma tMAlma theAlma
Alma wreck yesterday died today Sur Surperintendent Su Superintendent Superuntendent
perintendent Besler of Chicago was re removed removed removedlo ¬
moved movedlo to tohis bls hishone home today His injuries injuriesare
are re not serious Engineer E DNr Brecken Breckenridge Breckenridge Breckenridge
ridge went eot with 1t1 him His foot was wasbadly Wasbadly wasbadly
badly crushed The condition of Su Superintendent Superintendent Snperuntendent ¬
perintendent Cunningham hi critical as aslate aslate aslate
late last night it was found necessary necessaryto
to cut off his leg below the knee kneeV
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V Traveling Trave ng Is Dangerous DangerousConstant DangerousConstant DangerousConstant I
Constant motion jars the kidneys kidneyswhich kidneyswblchare kidneysWhiCh
which wblchare are kept in place in the body by bydelicate byde1icateatta bydelScte
delicate de1icateatta attachments h ents This Is the rca reaoon ftDOn rcason
DOn that travelers trainmen street car carmen carmen carmen
men teamsters team t rs and all who drive very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much suffer from kidney disease e In Insome Inome insome
some form Foleys Kidney Cure Curestrengthens Curestrengthena Curestrengthens
strengthens the kidneys and cures an anforms anforms allforms
forms of kidney and bladder disease diseaseGeorge dJaeueGeo diseaseGeorge
George Geo e H Hausan locomotive engineer engineerLima enriJMrLima englnerUsia
Lima 0 writes Constant vibration vibrationof
of the engine caused me a great deal of oftrouble oftrouble oftrouble
trouble with my kidneys and I got no norelief noreHef norelief
relief until I used Foleys Kidney Cure CureJohnsonPratt CureJohnsonPratt CureJohnsonPratt
JohnsonPratt Drug Co CoCOAL CoCOAL CoCOAL
COAL LAND OWNERS COMBINE COMBINEPennsylvania COMBINEPennsylvania COMBINEPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Farmers and Oapjital Oapjitalists Opjtalists Oapjtalists
ists Porm Coal Syndicate SyndicateIndiana SyndicateIndiana SyndicateIndiana
Indiana Pa May 30 30Hon Hon John P PMcGaughey PMcGaughey PMcGaughey
McGaughey representing repre enti 3M farm farmowners farmOWBerl farmowners
owners of this and Armstrong coun counties counUe counties ¬
ties and E D Carter of Erie Pa Parepresenting PLrepresenting Parepresenting
representing a syndicate composed of ofErie ofErie ofErie
Erie New York and Boston Bo ton capitalists capitalistshave capltaUstahave capitalistshave
have concluded a coal deal involving involving20A6M
322000 20A6M 608 The total acreage acrea involved involvedexceeds InvOlVedexceeds Involvedexceeds
exceeds 50000 of which bich 40000 lies In Hithis Inthis Inthis
this county and 10000 in Armstrong ArmstrongAn Armatro Armatro11II
11II 11IIAn
An Engineers East Bun BunAn RunAn
An engineer on one o of the roads en entering eateriDC ¬
tering here in speaking last night n ht of offast oftam
fast runs said id Although my ill machine machineie
ie not slow once let a cold get g ghours six sixhours alxIIours
hours the start of me and my machin machinery 1mi machIOr hllt hlltry ¬
ery Or ry ie no match for It I have ve for toryears oryears foryears
years kept a bottle of Kemps Balsam Balsamconstantly Balsamconstantly
constantly in my cab and when w en a acough acough acough
cough cr cold gets a start of this thisstandard tit thisstandard
standard remedy It is indeed In a cold coldday eoldlIay coldday
day Price 35c and Me For sale by byGodbePitts DYGodbePltts byGodbePitts
GodbePitts Drug company companyIf
If you want real restful healthgiv healthgiving ¬
lag pleasure ure go to Saltair
transaction of business s is impossihi 88
Every stream in Comanche ma
feared Is a ract raging torrent and ioe of Ountl life
Another band visited < the ranch mn
Don Juan Maytorena near GuarL GuarLand GuaYma Guav Guavand If
and raided it it the occupants occup occupescaped hS bnin
escaped ped when they saw the Indian Indianapproaching Indt5approaching
approaching Several other bartendwere bartend hacjeaVwere
were visited and robbed robbedThe robbedThe robbedThe
The Quay Guaymas mas
paper PAn that th thsituation
situation tuatlon is serious but whether a aeral
eral outbreak has set In it is ixstateat unabl unablt t tstateat l tstate
stateat state at this time timeBATTERY timeBATTERY V VBATTERY
VS S
BATTERY GUN GUNEXPLODES GUNEXPLODESThree EXPLODES EXPLODESThree
Three JCembers Xembersof3tate Xembersof3tateSeriously of State StateSeriously ArtiUtrj
Seriously In InjuredOne jured One Will Die DieWichita DitWichita
Wichita Kan May 30 3OGeolle < 3eorfe Hat R
ter of Peck Burt Davis and aiuV G w
Thomas of this city members of th t tI
battery were injured by a pronator pronatorexplosion Pftrnat PftrnatexpJo PreInaturexplosion
explosion expJo IOR of a battery gun today Ha ¬
ter will iIl die Davis D via is dangerously roU817 ani
Thomas seriously hurt hurtThe hurtThe hurtThe
The injured men were membm mem nemb nembbattery 0 0battery
battery A state artillery and th thwere thwere
were preparing to fire a a Decorate Decorat ratio
day salute saluteTor saluteFor V VV
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For Those Who Live on Ttnu TtnuDr lanuDr ParrniDr
Dr Bergin Ber n Pana Ills m writes writeshave WTItSShave I
have used Ballards Snow Liniment Linimentalways Linim Linimtlwy t
always lwy recommend it to
my friends frtenciI u uI liSI
I am confident there is no better mad nudIt madIt ma maIt >
It Is a a dandy for burns Those Tio who wholive vh vhlive h hlive
live on farms are especially liable liablemany to tomany r rmany
many accidental cuts burn urna and aojbruises andbrulae a abruises
bruises which heal rapidly when Bai Bailards ajlards Bailards
lards Snow Liniment Is applied appliedshould Itsbould it itshould
should always be kept in the home housecanes f fcases fcalla >
cases of emergency CY 50c and 100 100Z L at atZ atz
Z C M I L drug department departmentGOV departmentGOY departmentGOV
GOV TAFT TO VISIT ROME ROMEPhilippine ROMEphilippin ROMEPhilippine
Philippine Question Que tion to be Ttlbd TtlbdOver M MOver TaIkdOver
Over at the Vatican VaticanNew VaticanNer VUcanNew
New York May SO 30Bishop Bishop OGor OGorman OGorms5a Gor Gormaa
man has telegraphed t CTP fom Naples Nap to th thpapal t tpapal tpapal
papal secretary at the Vatican ar arnouncing a1nounclnr arflouncing
flouncing the arrival arrlv 1 of Governor Tat Tafsays Talsays Tatsaya
says a Rome Ro ae ie dispatch to the Tribun TribunGovernor Tr1bunGovernor TribunGovernor
Governor Taft received a visit fro froAmbassador from fror1Ambauader fromAmbassador
Ambassador Meyer Meyerand and several office officeof o oof osr osrof
of the squadron at Xapfee M who w whim m mhim ncVhim
him in the Philippines Bishop OGor OGorntan OGorman OGorman
man reported to him the situation sit situatIoniegard tton ttonregard r rregard
regard to the Philippine question at thj thjVatican tt ttvaUcan ttvatican
Vatican since the governor left leftYork l ft > > > p pYork pV pVYork
York giving an account of the resu resuof r resuof u uof
of his conferences with withCajSa1 Cardinal Run Runpolla Rampolla BaiThpolls
polla The governor is expected a aRome aI aRometoday
Rome Rometoday today
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Foleys Honey Honeyand and Tar is peculiar peculiaradapted pCuJiaradapted peculiarlyadapted
adapted for asthma bronchitis aol anlhoarseness an anhOarsenet18 aolhoarsenerns
hoarseness JohnsonPratt Drug DrugAppointed Co CoAppointed CoV CoAppointed
V Appointed Town Marshal MarshalEvanston aiahaIEv MarshalEvanston
Evanston Ev Dllto Wyo May 30 3OGar 3OGarrONeill Gar GarONeill p pONeill
ONeill formerly Division hixIon superintend superintendVent uperintendent uperint nd ndent
ent here has been appointed appoto town mar marshal marahal marshal ¬
shal to succeed Marshal Ed Fife FifeSAX FifESAX Fifia FifiSAN >
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SAX PBAKCISCO BXCUMION BXCUMIONThursday SXCUMIONThursday EXCUISIONThursday
Thursday June 12 1902Bound 1902BoundTrip 1902BoundTrip 12BounTrip
Trip Only SS150 SS150Oregon 3150Oregon I50 I50Or
Oregon Or on Short Line train leaving leavingSalt lea leavingSalt In InSalt
Salt Lake at 946 46 a m and Southern SouthernPacific South SouthPrnPaelc rn rnPactftc
Pacific tram No No5 5 Pullman Jan 5lePPr 5lePPrSalt lm lmSalt ltj > rllr rllrS1t
Salt Lake to San Francisco througa througawithout tbrugawithout througwithout
returninr returninrSept returninrspt returniorSept
without change c e Limit
ticket office X XMain 1 1KalA LMain
Sept 3 Call at city
Main street streetBaseball StreetBuebaU streetBaseball
Baseball today Salt Lake vs vsgoon L Lgoon r rgoon
goon Walkers Field FieldArouse FieldArouse FieldV
V Arouse Your Liver LiverYou LiverYou LiverYou
You cannot have comfort cOO1 ort un until until w wtil ¬
til it acts freely To enjoy enjoyperfect enjOyperfect enjoyperfect
perfect health and feel like a anew anew anew
new person take takeBeechams takeBeechams takeBeechams
Beechams BeechamsPills BeechamsPills BeechamsPills
Pills PillsSoU
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meacec canted by ignorance urea or eon eontactafr ODyOU eoniasioYotT
iasioYotT tactafr YOCTAKETHE yOU ARE A3TRE THE VERY PERSON WE WEWANT WEWANT WEWANT
WANT TO TALK TO TOWe TOWe TOWe
We ban bay prv proves d our skill ta curing all attCHBONfC aUCBBONIC allCHRONIC
CHRONIC diseases by publishing pultlis 1ac tbotmMds of ofwhnrtarr orDoDiab 01voluatary
whnrtarr twtfaotiialy of home people giving girtacetare cmcpcu givingesesm
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WE CANT PUBLISH OUR OURCURES OURCURES OURCURES
CURES IN PRIVATE DISEASES DISEASESBecame DISEASES8ecAae DISEASESBecame
Became it i would oaId betray eondeooe con deIaoe Hence we wehave wehave weivetoproreovz
have ivetoproreovz to prove our skill diJlu ia h a selassof claw of trovblac InMibIeiii trovblactaaaetberiray rsoblisin
taaaetberiray iii a nasther r way J This jh4 is j our plan
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